Grateful Dead Live at Music Hall on 1976-06-10
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Promised Land, Sugaree, Cassidy, They Love Each Other, The Music Never Stopped, Brown Eyed Women, Lazy Lightning-> Supplication, Row Jimmy, Big River, Mission In The Rain, Looks Like Rain, Might As Well
Samson & Delilah, Help On The Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin's Tower-> Let It Grow-> Drums-> Friend Of The Devil, Playin' In The Band-> Dancin' In The Streets-> U.S. Blues
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|The Promised Land|
|They Love Each Other|
|The Music Never Stopped|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|Lazy Lightnin' >|
|Mission In The Rain|
|Looks Like Rain|
|Might As Well|
|Samson And Delilah|
|Help On The Way >|
|Let It Grow >|
|Friend Of The Devil|
|Playing In The Band >|
|Dancing In The Street >|
- 8 second patch in "Row Jimmy" - patch source shnid 18425 - Thank you to the late Jerry Moore, etc.
- Tape flip after "FOTD" smoothed.
Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his assistance with pitch correction.
Thanks to Matt Smith for a really nice transfer.
Thanks to Jimmy Warburton for lending us his reels.
edited and mastered
- 2018-08-26 01:59:32
- MAC (played back on Sony TC-152) > TEAC A-2300SD > Reel > Technics 1506 > Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.6MHz) > dBpoweramp > FLAC 2496; Lineage: wav 24/96 > iZotope RX6 Advanced > iZotope Ozone 5 Advanced > CD Wave > Flac 24; edited and mastered SIRMick August 2018
- Boston, MA
- Run time
- Source: AKG 1000Es > Sony TC-152 (Dolby b) > MAC - Recorded by Jimmy Warburton from right-hand side of log;
- Taped by
- Jimmy Warburton
- Transferred by
- SIRMick and Matt Smith
- Music Hall
Subject: Incredible sound !
This concert and source are very cool. We get a nice 1976 concert with all the new (at the time) goodies, like Help > Slip > Frank, Music Never Stopped, Lazy Lightning, and the ever elusive Mission in the Rain.
This recording sounds "natural" to me.. a nice balance of the ambience without losing the mix presence. (When I fold this down to mono, it sounds good without phase issues). A real thanks and acknowledgement of the transfer; according the the lineage it's a master cassette to a reel to reel. Cassette was so good because it was rather maintenance free as reel to reel requires routine maintenance and if you play from other recorded decks, usually a re-bias can be in order. This transfer is excellent and balanced very well. Almost, broadcast quality; and it demonstrates how well the PA and "front of house" mixing must of been... usually causes the band to play really good... as this is the case !!!
Before I adjourn, I must commend the drum sound on this source , I can hear them naturally , complete with cymbal crashes , and most importantly I can hear Micky Hart playing the shit out of the Hi Hat, I mean crazy hip and cool... it's so impressive to hear one of the most UNDERRATED trap set drummers of all time. Yes, Hart doesn't just play the weird crap ... he play anywhere he wants to, especially with Billy K on the other side ... really cool sound ...
this one is worth a listen or download if you're hardcore ...
Subject: Best audience recording
This recording has so much musical clarity and captures the crowd ambiance really well.
Thanks to all the folks that got it here!
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